COVID-19 Management: Perioperative Care

COVID-19 Management: Perioperative Care

Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School
25 Shattuck Street Boston, MA

Coronavirus

English

Online

Course Overview

Perioperative Care Tutorials provided by Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital for COVID-19 management.


Agenda

Unit: 1 Donning operating room PPE: This represents current best practices for donning PPE in the operating room when working with a patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation
Unit: 2 Doffing operating room PPE: This represents current best practices for doffing PPE in the operating room when working with a patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation
Unit: 3 Optimizing N-95 fit tutorial: This represents current best practices for optimizing the fit of an N-95 respirator mask
Unit: 4 Donning/Doffing PPE for sterile aerosol procedure
Unit: 5 operating room intubation tutorial for COVID-19: This represents current best practices for operating room airway management of the non-intubated patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation
Unit: 6 operating room airway management of already intubated C0VID-19 patient: This represents our current best practices for operating room airway management of the already intubated patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation
Unit: 7 Operating Room Extubation for COVID-19: This represents current best practices for extubation of the intubated patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation .The basic principles include minimization of post-extubation coughing or aerosolization of droplets from circuit, application of protective barriers, and minimization of time between extubation and application of a mask
Unit: 8 Extubation (Additional Method): This is an additional technique to minimize the time between extubation and application of the facemask.
Unit: 9 Transport for COVID-19: This represents current best practices for transport of the intubated patient who is COVID-19 positive or under investigation (3-30-20). The basic principles include limiting spread from the patient, providing necessary care during transport, and protecting the transport team
 



Coming session Starts Apr 23, 2020
Ends Apr 22, 2021